With features professionals expect on a desktop phone, including caller ID, the vIPer phone can switch from unclassified to classified calls with a press of a button on the keypad.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - The Sectera vIPer Universal Secure Phone by General Dynamics C4 Systems has been selected by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to replace outdated Secure Terminal Equipment (STE) phones. The vIPer Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone modernizes and protects federal law enforcement and national security personnels voice and data communications. Delivery of the vIPer secure phones to the FBI will begin during the second quarter of 2014.
Operating cost reductions and improved productivity are two benefits driving the transition from legacy telecom equipment and networks to one IP-based communications capability for government agencies, said Chris Marzilli, president of General Dynamics C4 Systems. With the vIPer secure phones, the FBI is improving their desktop communications with a secure phone that provides more efficient ways for agents and their colleagues to communicate and collaborate worldwide.
The Sectera vIPer Universal Secure Phones deliver secure voice and data connectivity from the Top Secret/SCI level and below and work on legacy, public switched telephone networks (PSTN) and IP networks including satellite communication systems. The vIPer secure phones are interoperable with all U.S. government secure phones, U.S. Department of Defense networks and commercial VoIP phones. They integrate easily into a communications network, and can go from the factory box to a fully functional phone in less than two minutes. The vIPer secure phones also offer additional features that help personnel work more efficiently with caller ID and individual phone-call history.
Government and military customers interested in cost-effectively modernizing their desktop communications can earn a $200 discount on the cost of every new Sectera vIPer Universal Secure Phone when trading in 200 or more STE phones in a single order. The trade-in offer is available until December 31, 2014. For more information about ordering a vIPer secure phone call 888-897-3148 or visit gdmissionsystems.com/viper.
Active U.S. government and military personnel interested in cost-effectively modernizing and defending their communication networks are invited to the General Dynamics Secure Products Workshop and Training Day, May 20, 2014. The all-day workshop and training event will include cyber defense technology briefings, product demonstrations and hands-on training with TACLANE encryptors and the MultiBook secure laptop products. Attendees must be affiliated with the U.S. military or U.S. government agency and be U.S. citizens or permanent U.S. residents with valid credentials.
Other cyber defense products offered by General Dynamics include TACLANE-MultiBook, a secure laptop that enables military and government personnel mobile access to the public Internet and secure government networks classified Secret and below. The cyber defense capable TACLANE high-speed encryptors secure networks at the highest security level while providing the ability to identify possible threats deeply embedded in network data traffic.
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